Full Day East Madeira - Camacha, Pico do Ariero, Ribeiro Frio, Portela, Santana
This full day tour gives you the opportunity to see artisans at work, a town famous for its cottages and to enjoy picture perfect scenery. Visiting Camacha, Pico do Ariero, Ribeiro Frio, Portela and Santana, this tour will be the highlight of any visit to Madeira.
Camacha is a village famous for being the wickerwork center. Visit the factory and see artisans working and perhaps purchase articles from a wide collection available.
Next you'll visit Pico do Arieiro, which is the second highest summit on the island (1,810 meters high) and offers wonderful views. Discover a natural park and take some time to explore a trout hatchery at Ribeiro Frio.
After visiting the beautiful area of Faial, climb up to Santana, a picturesque village where you will find enchanting cottages with pointed thatched roofs which are today known world wide.
Stop for lunch before visiting Portela (670 meters), a place where you can admire the impressive rock formations of the Eagle's Cliff, and part of the north coast, Pico do Facho.
Return to Funchal visiting the historic seaside town of Machico where the discoverers first disembarked in 1420.
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Tour & Lunch
Full-day tour to East Madeira including lunch
USD $51.27Pricing details
Full-day tour to East Madeira tour only
USD $38.45Pricing details
Full Day East Madeira
- Lunch (if option selected)
- Entrance fees
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: sabrina, February 2014
Great day trip... Well recommended...
Reviewed by: Barbara N, United Kingdom, August 2011
Very good multi-cultural trip. Guests from Brazil, Belgium, Korea, Portugal and UK. Mini bus which enabled us to visit places a large coach could not. Driver excellent, knowledgeable, funny and very accommodating. Lunch was excellent. Very good value for the money. Would recommend.